Bats include mammals or mammals. Mammals usually cannot fly. Bats are the only mammals that have wings. Bat wings are skin with strong tissue. This is why bats can fly well like birds. Bats can hear weak sounds. When flying, bats make sounds. If the sound is bouncing, it means there is something in front of it. Bats can measure distances and know their surroundings from the reflection of sound. The ability of bats to use sound to locate places, eat food, and find a way is known as echolocation.
After a night of foraging, the bats will rest. But bats do not sleep on the ground like mammals, nor in nests like birds. Bats sleep in a hanging position. This is because bat legs are not as strong as birds. But his fingers are equipped with strong and sharp claws. Its claws are used to grip a tree branch or cave wall from which it hangs.
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Benefit of Introducing Animal to Kids
Teaching children to be close to nature, plants, and animals, will encourage children to have a greater sensitivity to something related to these objects. Furthermore, it turns out that there are a lot of useful things. Therefore, let’s look at the benefits of introducing children to animals.
The child’s sensitivity will be reflected through the body’s response, for example when hugging a pet. In everyday life, the response of the child’s body is seen when taking out the trash, cleaning the room, and other things.
1. Gives a sense of comfort for children
Pets will affect the child’s feelings. Generally, children who know pets at home will feel calmer and more relaxed. When your child is sad, angry or depressed, divert the child’s attention to the pet, and this is one of the right ways. Pets that can bring peace, for example, are dogs, they provide unlimited affection for anyone who is considered and known as their master.
2. Teach good values
Hanging out with pets teaches children to recognize responsibility. He will learn that animals also need to eat, bathe, play, and care just like humans. His little hands will learn how to gently touch his pet.
From interaction activities between children and animals, he will also learn how animals respond to him based on what he does. From this, children will learn about maintaining bonds between fellow living beings. Behaving well towards animals will direct children’s behavior towards humans in the future.
3. Learn to manage emotions and social concerns
In addition to some of the good values above, children will also learn to manage emotions, learn to care and also empathy. That’s why pets are often used by therapists to treat some children with special needs.
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Things You Might Not Know About Bat
Bats are the only mammals capable of flight, that is, flight that is supported by muscle movements as opposed to gliding. The wings are double membranes of skin stretched between the very long four-fingered bones and extend along the body from the forelegs to the hind limbs and from there to the tail. Almost all bats are nocturnal and many live in caves. Although they see well, they rely more on hearing, using echolocation (sonar) to avoid collisions and to catch flying insects.
Bats make high-pitched sounds (up to 100,000 hertz) that echo from objects they encounter. Echoes provide information to bats about the size, shape, and distance of objects. Blind bats easily find their way through tricky obstacles, but deafness can render them powerless
Some types of bats like to be alone, living in caves, crevices, hollow trees, or attics. Other species are communal, with thousands or even millions of bats perched together in caves or on branches in parts of the forest. In some species of communal bats, the entire colony leaves the nest together at night and returns together in the morning.
In most species, males and females do not associate except during the breeding season. The female of most bat species gives birth to one cub in the summer each year. The cubs are then carried by their mother for several days, after which they are left on a perch when not breastfeeding. Bat cubs begin to fly within a few weeks. The life span of some bats is 20 years in captivity
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